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Needs Analysis Survey on Business English Teaching to EFL Learners
This study aims to showcase a new approach to teach business English to EFL learners. There are several questionnaires that are suggested to be used before and during business English teaching. The questionnaires will provide the teachers with valuable data about the level and expectations of the students so that they would be able to choose the most suitable material to teach them. An interview was also conducted with the owner and the manager of the company separately in order to detect their priorities and expectations from the course. The result showed that following the needs analysis suggested in this study suits EFL students, and it is recommended that other teachers do so for their business English classes.
Business English Teaching and EFL, Needs Analysis.
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